Bozeman is, and was, a dog-loving community. For centuries before the town even existed, dogs were essential helpmates and companions to Native people living, hunting, and passing through the Gallatin Valley. More recently, when farms and ranches…
This short list of historically significant pets in Montana gives us a glimpse of Montanans’ relationships with their pets over the history of this amazing state. There is a common theme of love and companionship, which concludes that all dogs…
Bozeman is an outdoor lover’s paradise that attracts people from around the globe. Not only are we mere hours away from two national parks that are world renowned for their natural wonders, we are also surrounded by tall mountain peaks and a…
Behavior thrives on routine. Predictability in our surroundings and social interactions creates a sense of comfort and safety for us and the animals we care for. COVID 19 has thrown a wrench into people’s daily routines. For our dogs, in-home…
“My name is Bubba. I am a black Labrador retriever with a very special story to tell.”
The Miracle of Bubba: An Inspirational Dog Story is an account that is at once harrowing and heartfelt; a story of sadness and fear, but also of…
It was a beautiful day at Cooper Park. I was having a blast with my dogs, enjoying the spring trees in bloom when a stern voice suddenly interrupted my euphoric state, “Your dog just pooped.” I was in my own world and awkwardly replied…
Jack vs. Sir Jackson Esq.
Meet Jack. Jack is a real dog who lives in Wolf Point on the Fort Peck Reservation in Northeastern Montana.
Animals released from research laboratories get a second chance.
In the middle of Wyoming’s vast nothingness, on a 1,000 acre parcel of land, there is a sanctuary where animals released from research laboratories get a second chance at life.
As another school year draws to a close and the summer months approach, families are preparing for road trips to enjoy the outdoors, visit relatives, or explore new places.
Animal conservation projects have normally involved getting biological samples from the animal being studied.